Dating boyfriend ni jolina magdangal
She ends up meeting Alex, an angsty jeepney driver who just wants to make ends meet.
Not knowing the ins and outs of Manila, Marinella agrees to become Alex’s maid in exchange for home and board, but along the way the two end up falling for each other.
Sick of her life as a royalty, Princess Marinella (Torres) of Bavaria runs away from her handlers during her visit to Manila.The prince — or both him and the princess — slays the dragon and paves way for a happily ever after.Great filmmakers have always drummed up interesting ways to tackle this wildly Filipino obsession.The rest of “Lorna” proceeds to illustrate this sad definition, rendering Shamaine Buencamino’s titular 60-year-old in a perpetual quest to end her loveless state: seemingly an impossible task given the lateness of her age.For a film about love, “Lorna” is violent, and what is love if not a battlefield?
All of this unfolds to a soundtrack that compiles some of the best local music from the last few decades, from Cynthia Alexander’s “No Umbrella” performed here by Kai Honasan to Shirebound and Busking’s “Lloydy” performed here by Avelino.